The EPA’s biggest union will enter into bargaining with the agency July 13 for a week of talks about rapidly developing plans to reopen offices, according to the American Federation of Government Employees.
The prospect of a Fourth of July without grand fireworks shows is sending long-quarantined Americans setting off backyard displays instead—sparking noise complaints from coast to coast but a sales tax bonus for states.
The U.S. Supreme Court all but guaranteed House Democrats won’t get pre-election access to confidential materials from Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation, agreeing to hear a Trump administration appeal likely to extend a legal fight into next year.
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